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What are the best DAT full lengths?

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by ilovemedi, Sep 22, 2014.

  1. ilovemedi

    ilovemedi 5+ Year Member

    Nov 21, 2011
    I'm hearing Achiever and Qvault as being the best practice DAT full lenths??
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  3. predent31414


    May 28, 2014
    BOOTCAMP BOOTCAMP bootcamp bootcamp, and bootcamp.
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  4. [DDS] Samer

    [DDS] Samer Grind don't stop. 2+ Year Member

    Feb 23, 2014
    Yeah I would stick with Bootcamp and Qvault. CrackDATPAT for PAT though.. also Bootcamp generators are very good for practice.
  5. shonster460

    shonster460 2+ Year Member

    Aug 21, 2014
    Bootcamp is great as far as the questions. They are representative or even slightly harder than the real test, so it will prepare you well. Unfortunately, the format requires you to take one section at a time. They also don't save your past scores, so you need to record what you get wrong before going to the next section,

    Achiever is harder than the real exam, but from my experience it does a great job simulating a full length test. Many of the questions are frankly ridiculous, but if you want to simulate a whole test then it is probably your best bet. Don't take your Achiever scores too seriously.

    Never used Qvault so I don't know much about that. I strongly recommend Bootcamp. Achiever only if you want to practice with hard questions and simulate a real test.
  6. ilovemedi

    ilovemedi 5+ Year Member

    Nov 21, 2011
    thanks for the responses everyone :).
  7. discensdentibus

    discensdentibus 2+ Year Member

    Mar 8, 2013
    Not sure if by full length you mean like software built like an actual exam. From my knowledge, only topscore and achiever are full length. You can always simulate full length w/ qvault/bootcamp. I would not recommend Crack dat unless its PAT or reading (reading is questionable). For me I found better use out of achiever vs topscore, but I think personality and personal preferences come into play. I would suggest looking at breakdowns to see what you really want from a testing software. The full length exams the ADA release (which really aren't full length in reading) are highly recommended.
  8. pilotdentist

    pilotdentist 2+ Year Member

    Feb 26, 2014
    Columbus, OH
    Avoid Achiever. It will help you but not in a time efficient manner (too in-depth). Use QVault/bootcamp

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